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Split ends in the hair are the most common hair problem that every woman faces. Trichoptlosis or split ends occur when the protective cuticle is stripped away from the ends of the hair. Split ends are more common when the hair is dry or brittle. Excessive dying or vigorous brushing can cause split ends. Once the hair cuticle is removed in this fashion it is impossible to replace it. The hair will split into two or three strands, for a length of two to three centimeters in length. The best way to get rid of spilt ends is to cut them off. There is no other effective cure for split ends.
Split ends in the hair is perhaps the most common hair problem that woman face throughout the world. The problem also known as Trichoptlosis occurs when your hair’s cuticle wears down. The problem of split ends is more common whenever the hair is either brittle or dry. It is for this reason that it is always recommended that you do not brush wet hair, as it would be more vulnerable to splitting during these times. Similarly certain other chemical treatments such as coloring or perming may sometimes lead to split ends.
Split ends are the curse of every woman!! Split ends happen when the protective cuticle has been stripped away from the ends of hair. Hair splits into two or three strands.The hair usually splits at the end of the hair forming a Y-shape. Split ends can travel up the hair.The split may be two or three centimeters in length. Split ends are more often in long hair but can also be found in shorter hair. You cannot repair them; nothing will fix split ends once they are formed.
Split Ends cannot be mended, the only lon-term cure is to have them snipped off. What is lost in the length will be gained in quality. It may help if you reduce the frequency with which you shampoo, as this in itself is stressful to hair and causes split ends to extend up the hair shaft. Never use a dryer too near the hair, or set it on too high a temperature. Minimize the use of heated appliances. Split ends cannot be mended, just temporarily sealed. The only permanent cure is to have your hair trimmed regularly.
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